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Whispers by Jezline Loretta
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Genre: Visual Art
What does it mean to be the other within society? What does it mean to be considered invisible or irrelevant in a world where relevance seems to equate value? The title of the Exhibition “Whispers” connotes the perceived muteness or silence that the people who are most affected by racism and poverty often experience. The exhibition focuses on topics such as Black history, the civil rights movement, fatherlessness, and medical equity.
About the Company or Performer(s):
Jezline Loretta is a native of Pennsylvania. She graduated with a BFA in art and design. Jezline’s artwork focuses on social concepts, and experiences that derive from both her personal life, and her community. Her biggest artistic influence is contemporary artist Kerry James Marshall. Jezline desires for people to connect with her art, explore her art, and to be impacted by her art. She feels that art is meant to be experienced and remembered. Jezline has exhibited in Pittsburgh, Ohio, and North Carolina. She is an emerging artist who enjoys sharing her skills with others in hopes that their exposure to art will unlock their hidden creativity.
DATE AND TIME:
Available throughout the whole festival April 26-30th.